Hazard NJ BONUS Episode: Small Steps, Big Money for the Passaic
One of the main companies on the hook for the work is pushing hard against a deal the EPA has made with other polluters.
Small steps forward this week on the clean-up of the lower Passaic River, where past dumping of Agent Orange and other chemicals created a toxic mess that is now one of the nation’s largest Superfund sites. But that progress comes as one of the main companies on the hook for the work is pushing hard against a deal the EPA has made with other polluters.
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